Summary: The people who coded this game deserve an award. The people who documented it deserve a prison sentence. Fantastic graphics if you have the recommended hardware. Intriguing historical timeline that will increase your appreciation of the air war. Many of the complaints I see posted here regarding this game are not strictly true. However, I can see how people would think the game has such limitations given the poor documentation.
Summary: This is a refreshing game to play and the best I have played in a long time. the needed inprovements. more ground involvement. that is more people running around and ingageing in attacking and defending. BUT the graghics are super and makes it so much fun just to be (flyinging) around in it. all in all I am still learning and exsploreing this really neat, fun and exciteing simulater game. hope they have some add ons soon. see you in combat!
Summary: This turned out to be suprisingly fun. It has great graphics and a challenging scenario. Playing the arcade level is fast and furious and playing the simulator level can be challenging. I thought it is well worth the money.
Summary: WOP is a challenge to learn and takes patience, but has been great so far; realistic, good visuals, exciting, everything you could almost want. Almost, because I would like to be able to dial it down so it plays in slo mo and gives you a less stressful chance to learn the controls. We need more like this!
Summary: I'm going to keep this short and sweet. I bought this on a whim. It's been forever since I've played a good WW2 flight game. I was looking for a WW2 fighter game that had current (graphics) and wasn't super difficult to learn. Basically a mix of arcade and simulation. I've found to often these games go to far one way or the other. WoP appears to fit the bill. I've completed the tutorial and a couple missions and was glued the entire time.
Summary: Prey is based on the enhanced Doom 3 engine, so you know what you're getting in the way of graphics and sound. No major computer equipment needed; an nVidia 9500 GT will handle everything. It plays a lot like Doom 3 or Quake 4 as well - get kidnapped by aliens and brought to their ship, go tearing through it killing all the way, save your girlfriend, etc. And yes, a lot of the levels are dark.
Summary: I purchased this game thru Amazon then downloaded the program with the included registration key code. I am using Windows Vista Core 2 Duo with a Nvidia g210 graphics card and it runs great! The graphics are smooth and adjustable to your system, lots of missions, online play works well also. I have had no problems with it and have had no need for patches(latest version was purchased-all ok).
Summary: I'm a big FPS player. I try and get my hands on anything new and innovative that comes along. For awhile now, I've heard of Prey and it's great reviews. However, I never got the time to sit down try it until recently. So what are my feelings on this game? Kinda mixed really. On the up side, the music, voice acting, and presentation is overall great. The little additions such as the spirit world and Native American influences adds new breath into the FPS genre.
Summary: Loved the game--good graphics, nice innovations, nice weapons, ran smoothly on Mac. I like the option of turning off cursing. But let's look at this from another perspective: the representation of Native Americans is just silly. It's as full of new-age stereotypes as you can get. It's supposed to be Cherokee, but Grandfather Obi-Wan "You must embrace your heritage"-Kenobi hangs out in saloons (where he continues to preach "you must embrace your heritage!